James D. DeCamp
photojournalist, leader, volunteer, husband, father
member NPPA, CIP, ASMP, EP, ONPA, CPS
James D. DeCamp, is a photojournalist based in Columbus, Ohio.
In addition to my years as an independent photographer, I have worked for more than two decades as a staff photographer for The Columbus Dispatch, The Lancaster Eagle-Gazette, and ThisWeek Newspapers and I was a photographer for the Zondervan “Sunday in America” project. As Media/Public Relations Director for the Columbus March for Jesus, I produced a 175% increase in attendance from the previous year.
I have photographed some of the most famous and infamous people in the world, but what I really enjoy is documenting ordinary life, from the joys of two people coming together at a wedding, to breaking news. As any good journalist knows, these stories are all around us. I look forward to working with you to tell your story.
What I Do:
news sports VR panorama photography corporate editorial advertising documentary
portraits weddings multimedia time lapse
- Photo editing, assigning and scheduling
- Digital image manipulation and photo restoration
- Photography instruction for youth and adults
International assignments accepted with assignment experience in Canada and Europe
Where you’ve seen my work:
Ohio University, WOUB-TV, Scott’s Lawn Care, Longaberger Baskets, Columbus Dispatch, WBNS-TV.
Rolling Stone, TIME Magazine, US News & World Report, Christianity Today, News Photographer, Newsweek.
Newspapers and websites:
The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA TODAY, Newsday, New York Post, MSNBC.com, ABCNews.com, Columbus Dispatch, Contra Costa Times,
“Sunday in America”, Zondervan Books, 1998; “Camargo CC History”, Bayshore Books, 2000; “Gathering of Mustangs & Legends”, Gathering Foundation, 2009.